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the driver was like can you help us? >> gunfire erupts on the ac expressway. five people shot and one killed in the middle of traffic. good evening. i'm jacqueline. >> and i'm jim. we have learned police do not consider this a random shooting. although the shooting happened on the expressway tonight police examining evidence from two other crime scenes. the second scene the garden state parkway. brandon is live with the latest, brandon. >> reporter: earlier this tied up traffic on some of the lanes
behind me. we found out all of the victims in the shooting are men under the age of 40 who know each other in some way. what we don't know is why this got so violent. moments after it was towed away new jersey state police provided insight that killed one person and hurt four others. >> we believe the people involved in this shooting knew each other, that it was not a random act. >> reporter: it happened in the eastbound lanes of the atlantic city expressway around 3:00. a gunshot wound didn't stop the driver of a white expedition from driving seeking help for him and the three passengers who were also hit. just talking about it almost brought one woman to tears. >> the driver was like can you please help us?
we have been shot. >> reporter: they spotted another car near exit 38. police took the driver into custody. paramedics couldn't save the passenger. >> he had been shot also in the head. >> reporter: as police checked the lotd for evidence the store stayed open. customers were in shock by what unfolded including bob zito who narrowly missed being on the expressway. investigators say there may be a third car involved. they are also check are for any possible surveillance video. reporting live at the new jersey state police fair i'm brandon hudson, nbc 10 news. and developing now a boy playing with a gun accidentally shoots a friend and himself tonight. the story still unfolding right now in south philadelphia.
police telling us a 13-year-old boy had the gun when et weit we off. both children are in stable condition right now at the hospital. no word on who owned the gun or if police plan to file any charges. a car being pursued by police slams. the driver took off and lost control here at 70th and elmwood avenue. a woman was injured but is expected to be okay. two people inside the car were arrested. now to a warning for anyone heading down to the shore for one last taste of summer. >> there is a risk of dangerous rip currents. we have your first alert neighborhood weather. explain what's going on. >> two tropical depressions, one off of the coast of north carolina and the other off the coast of south florida. even though the rain from these systems will stay in the
atlantic it will be increasing our risk for rip currents. it will go through tomorrow and through labor day weekend. the delaware beaches, atlantic county, ocean county all under the threat for moderate risk for rip currents. we expect it to last through the labor day weekend again for the dangerous rip currents. so be very careful heading out into water this weekend. we want to make sure you're very aware of that. it could be a big issue. as we go into tomorrow morning another big start. philadelphia by 8:30 in the morning. another day with highs around 90 degrees. we have a big cool down and your labor day weekend forecast coming up. now to decision 2016. a pastor in charge of wooing african american voters is apologizing tonight after tweeting out a controversial cartoon. we want to warn you, you may
find this image offensive. here is a look at the tweet. it features a cartoon of hillary clinton in black face including black americans, thank you for your votes and letting me use them. see you again in four years. burns later deleted the tweet and posted this apology video. >> to the people that were offended, obviously many people were offended by my tweet. it was not at all my intention. >> it all comes as trump has been making a push for minority voters. >> that includes hispanic voters with trump set to deliver a major immigration speech on wednesday. they tell us trump will criticize hillary clinton for unprecedented policies on amnesty. trump's son appeared on a local radio show and had this preview of what to expect.
>> listen, i think you'll see more details and hear about what immigration actually does. we are not against immigration. i'm the son of an immigrant. he is the son of an immigrant. there is a process which we have to go through. >> he talked about using a deportation force to eject some 11 million people living in the u.s. illegal lichlt he recently talked about softening that stance. anthony and his wife are separating after allegations of another sex sting operation. they say he exchanged explicit photos. he said he and the woman have been friends for some time. he resigned after his first sexting scandal. they ree leased this statement.
after long and paernful consideration and work on my marriage i made the decision to separate from my husband. we remain devoted to doing what's best for our son who is the light of our life. a warning to every state in the union tonight to make sure elections unions are safe from cyber attacks. it comes after the russian rs nifing around for your personal voter information. >> it's a word of caution to make absolutely sure your vote counts in november. a breach some u.s. intelligence officials blame on russian-based hackers. >> if it is in fact the russians it's probably not too difficult to do this. the russians have it! they first reported the august 18th flash alert all across the country ch it found evidence that two data systems were breached and warned states to
boost their election system security though the bulletin didn't identify targeted states they tell us they were arizona and illinois. one retrieved information on at least 200,000 people. >> certainly states should be aware that their systems are probably vulnerable. their systems are probably being scanned and their systems are being attacked. >> if it is the russians it's unclear what they are up to but suspected russian hackers have been at the center of recent assaults. she was forced to resign during the democratic of embarrassing behind the scenes e-mails tied to their russian counter parts. >> it is uncommon to try to influence the political out it's come of elections in other countries. so whether they were trying to do that i don't know.
>> the fbi's warning comes on the heels of familiar advice. the secretary said the department was not aware of any specific threat. drama at the philadelphia defense attorney's office is charged with vandalism. he is charged with slashing the tires on two city-owned vehicles in december. williams did not address questions on the matter. they say the da should face the public. >> lots of balls in the air that we are juggling relative to the future of the city. while this is a distraction it's not my distraction. it's something he will have to talk about. >> it cost almost a thousand dollars to fix those slashed tires. a philadelphia court denied asyl asylum. the 28 immigrant mothers and children are being detained in
lees port. earlier today a judge ruled a women should troureturn to lati america. aclu says it will appeal the case. > ♪ this is wilder in one of his roles as willie wonka. wilder died yesterday from complications from alzheimer's disease. he was 83 years old. >> fans of mexican singer juan gabriel are paying tribute. hundreds singing his songs cheering and crying. many lit candles and left
flowers behind. this is video of the his last concert on friday. he wrote and performed ballots about love and heartbreak as well as catchy mariach ituni tu. taking a stand, the philadelphia eagle who might be changing his mind after saying he followed kaepernick's protest against the national anthem. and the stunt he is accused of pulling and why police say it was no laughing matter. and we'll have a nice cool down before the week is over but two tropical somystems. we'll show you the forecast and what you can expect coming up next.
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flames broke out at a church. it has stood here for a century and was home to five congregations. >> it felt really fierce. it blew my mind the way the smoke was coming through. i had to get out. >> fire crews were able to stop the flames from spreading to homes behind the church. they are still putting out hot spots. swas kas found spray painted. we'll show you a photo. a concerned citizen alerted police to the offensive signs.
nine were found spray painted here. the vandalism happened some time in the last week. new at 11:00 resident haves a chance to voice their concerns. representatives hosted a panel. they were joined by health officials and the centers for disease control. they took questions about the health implications after it was discovered the creme chemicals leaked into water supply. kaepernick's decision to stay seated during the national anthem. he says he was protesting systemic racism and he will continue to do so until real change is made. today nbc 10 caught up with several eagles players who weighed in. >> support people that support
their opinion. i have no problem with it. >> i think everybody has a right to express themselves. i think that's what he was doing. >> earlier today eagles rookie line backer said he wanted to follow his lead. his agent said that would not be the case and he will stand for the anthem. new at 11:00, a prank gone wrong in wildwood. a man was arrested after he pretended to set himself on fire. it happened sunday inside an elevator. eight people including two toddlers were inside at the time. he faces several charges including indangering the welfare of a child. get ready for detours thanks to next weekend's budweiser made in america festival. a beautiful shot there. this is where the concert kicks off saturday but road closures in the area are already in
place. two lanes, they are closed so is spring garden, just the start of gradual road closures that will be happening all week. everything is expected to reopen before the morning rush on tuesday, september 6th. it is really the end of summer isn't it? >> it is. people are wanting not a lot of humidity and not a lot of rain. what do we think? >> i think you'll like the labor day weekend forecast. jim, you'll like it. after labor day it will feel like summer again. we'll start the heat up to the 90s. we're going to be staying hot though even tomorrow and wednesday. basically until thursday temperatures will be staying around 90 degrees. your tuesday and wednesday in the philadelphia area, sunny, dry around 90 degrees. thursday chance of showers and storms. mid-80s will be the start of the cool down. near 90 and dry, 83 as we go into thursday with a chance of
showers or storms. thursday you have the rain chance around 80 degrees. new jersey and delaware expect temperatures around 890 degrees. for tuesday and wednesday rain chance comes thursday. if you're along the shore temperatures around the mid-to low 80s and thursday we have the chance of showers. we really cool down as we go into friday. the big cool down will come by the end of the week. we are still in the 90s today. we hit 93 degrees, four days in a row now. by tomorrow we'll be around 90. same thing on wednesday. look at friday, only around 80 degrees for most of the area. it will be noticeably cooler, 84 degrees. we have been about 10 degrees or so above that. you will notice the changes as we approach the labor day weekend. we have a rip current risk that will start tomorrow. it will run through your weekend. it will be the main concern as we go from tomorrow through your
saturday and sunday. so the jersey shore, be ware of moderate risk of dangerous rip currents. this is from two weather systems offshore that will be moving through. you want to be very careful heading through the beaches. here is a look at the tropics. a tropical depression off of the north carolina coast. one off of the coast of south florida and both expected to become tropical storms. first is going to stay offshore. again, it will increase our risk for rip currents this week. the next one, tropical depression 9 making land fall somewhere in florida between about the florida panhandle and tampa area so your shore forecast for holiday weekend, it is looking pretty good.
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>> a local homeowner is 50 grand richer. he was presented with a $50,000 check for winning the rolling renovation project. it lead him to the home show last winter. he plans to use the money towards new home remodelling. they got a reward of their home. it was their rings tonight. several of the players were also recognized for their accomplishments. and pride is always display.
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healed. he will enter the season as the third string quarterback behind bradford and daniels. he may not see the field far while. >> it is frustrating. i was hoping to get out there one more time in the preseason. it is what it is. i will get ready for cleveland. >> reporter: [ inaudible question ] >> you know, i don't feel it too much. it is frustrating to not get those reps, the game situations but i still feel i'm prepared so when the time comes i'll be ready. >> the news is much better on the team's number one receiver. jordan matthews met the entire preseason with a knee injury. he says he'll be ready to go for the regular season opener on september 11th. the phillies kicked off a
six game home stand tonight. rookie pitcher jake thompson with his best start of his young career still wasn't enough. thompson entered the game with an era of nearly 10. it didn't look good right out of the box. jason worth opens the scores with this shot to deep left. it was 1-0 nationals. settled down nicely. in the 7th with that nasty curve. thompson goes seven innings. two earned runs. could be a major confidence builder. they couldn't get anything going. strikes out to end. dropped the series opener by a 4-0 final. back at it tomorrow night at citizens bank park. you can see that game at 7:00. nbc 10 news is coming right back. end up here? his mom thought he had the flu
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i felt such a sense of outrage. "she was standing there, she had nothing to say..." if donald trump cannot respect a gold star family, then why would anyone in america think he would respect them. votevets is responsible for the content of this advertising. here is your ten day on 10:00. look at us drop to the low 80s. weekend looks good. >> thanks for joining us. have a great night. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- kevin bacon, meghan trainor, musical guests meghan trainor